Wrong server used in SSL request

Jannik Zschiesche hello at apfelbox.net
Wed Jul 10 08:42:44 UTC 2013

Am Mittwoch, 10. Juli 2013 um 09:54 schrieb Jonathan Matthews:
> This is due to you having only one IP listening for ssl traffic. It's a fundamental limitation of ssl when not used with SNI.
> To fix it, you'll need to either use more IPs and listen explicitly on different ones for different virtual hosts, or use SNI, or use a wildcard (or UCC/SaN) certificate. The first fix is by far the most common for people in your situation. 
> HTH,
> Jonathan


thank you both.

Actually, I have SNI enabled.


both work correctly (so SNI works).

The issue is with the nonexistent SSL server for example2.com.
It seems, that if a SSL server for a domain is not configured, another server is used (instead of error-ing out). Is this correct?

Jannik Zschiesche

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